RR Evoque: driven to extremes
The hottest, muddiest, coldest, glitziest test in history: we go global in the baby Rangey
Posted: 09 Dec 2011
Basingstoke could look like this one day, y'know. And even if you don't care about the Evoque's sand-destroying capabilities, you should care about its cabin. What a comforting place the Evoque's interior is, and not only because it's the only area of shade and cool for miles around.
With its deep-dish steering wheel, pop-up gear-selector borrowed from Jaguar (on the auto versions only, obviously) and the contrasting centre rails, it feels smart and different without trying to be wilfully quirky. Of course, you pay for all the posh extras, but they're immaculately executed: the leather, in particular, is softer and classier than a...